Hon. CHARLES A. DUNNING (Minis, ter of Finance): Mr. Speaker, I desire to advise the hon. member and the house generally that the government intends to introduce a measure having as its object the amendment of the Farmers' Creditors Arrangement Act. As I indicated to the hon. member for Leeds (Mr. Stewart) on the second day of the session, the matter is under consideration. Although I do not know what is contained in the bill for which first reading is asked by the hon. member for Weybum, I am quite sure it cannot embrace all that the government has in mind. I would therefore request that he, in company with other members with intentions similar to his own, should consider allowing the bill to stand, pending the introduction of a government measure which must be preceded by a money resolution. The hon. member for Wood Mountain (Mr. Donnelly) and some others have suggested the introduction of similar bills. However, the hon. member for Weybum will have to decide what he wishes to do.